July 2014

July 30th, 2014

This physician advises new docs to live as if they were still in training, listen to those who are more experienced, be nice to others, and remember to have fun.

July 15th, 2014

The traditional rule-of-thumb is that workers should save 5-10% of gross income for retirement.

This savings rate may be far too low for many young physicians, who get a late start and are often saddled with debt. Depending on one’s situation, a rate of 20-25%—or higher—may be prudent.